Transcript of the oral history of Dick Cable. Cable began his broadcast career as a triple-duty radio announcer, deejay, and newscaster. Beginning in 1958, he worked as a broadcast news reporter for more than a decade in Colorado, Oregon, and Wyoming radio, and in Idaho television. From 1969-1998 he worked for Sacramento’s KXTV Channel 10, where he was the main news anchor for all the station’s prime time newscasts, and authored and broadcast Cable’s Comments, a regularly scheduled news commentary show on major public issues. The interview took place January 15, 2017, and was recorded by Deborah Pacyna as part of the Valley Broadcast Legends Oral Histories project. Click hereto stream the video of this oral history.
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